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spot map

map showing the geographic location of people with a specific attribute, for example, cases of an infectious disease.

spot map

(spot map)
Graphic depiction showing the geographic location of people with a specific attribute, e.g., cases of an infectious disease.

spot

a small, roundish part of a surface which differs from the surrounding surface.

spot disease
of turtles. See shell rot.
spot map
a map with dots on it. Each dot marks where a case or some other incident of epidemiological interest occurred.
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To document the bird faunas of the study islands and mainland, we first employed the spot map method because it offered the potential of yielding comprehensive censuses of the small- and medium-sized islands.
Black spot map and prepare safety measures implementing the priority list.